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Simple tables and a neutral decor (presided over by a saxophone and a Singer sewing machine) all lend character to this tea house, which was one of the first to open in the city’s Gothic quarter. While the menu lists 72 varieties of teas and infusions, the owner likes to recommend the ginger root, a Chinese black rose tea, cinnamon and anise for breakfast or an English Rose, which is a blend of Darjeeling, Ceylon with rose petals, fragments of vanilla and a woody aroma.